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In my case it was simply a matter of cleaning the nozzles that spray the water into the MAIN DETERGENT compartment. Turns our that when the washer was filling up, some nozzles were partially clogged and were directing water to the side where the softener compartment was, causing the fluid level to rise and therefore releasing the softener early. The washer was NOT spraying water in the softener side, what happens is that the dispenser tray is configured in a way that when the fluid reaches a certain max level in the softener/bleach trays, it completely drains. A way to test for this problem would be to completely dry the softener tray and start the wash cycle like you normally would (including detergent), only without adding any softener to the tray and see if after filling there is any water in the softener tray, this would prove that the water is coming from the other side.
The detergent dispenser draw where you put in the detergent has 3 sections.The compartment on the far right is for soaking agents. The compartment on the far left is for wash and stain removers (like bleach). The middle compartment is for fabric softeners, fabric conditioners.
Hello, Yes the detergent and softener will stay in the dispenser drawer until the correct time for them to be dispensed. The detergent is dispensed during the main wash cycle and the softener will not dispense until the rinse cycle
Detergent Dispenser The detergent dispenser has 3 compartments, marked A, B, and C. A. Pre-wash detergent B. Wash Detergent, Bleach (e.g. Clorox®) C. Fabric softener (e.g. Downey®) Note: The Bleach must be filled into “B” compartment.
According to my information the dispenser drawer has four separate compartments for adding laundry products to the wash load. These compartments are: 1. Prewash Detergent Compartment 2. Main Wash Detergent Compartment 3. Bleach Compartment 4. Fabric Softener Compartment
Laundry products are diluted and dispensed automatically at the proper time during the wash cycle. The separator in the Prewash and Main Wash Detergent Compartment can be moved to accommodate either liquid or powdered detergents.